Dan Osbourne responds to criticism under photo of his newborn baby girl
Dan Osbourne has responded to criticism left under a photo of his newborn girl.
The new dad shared a photo of his daughter, Mia, last night following the birth of his and Jacqueline Jossa's second child.
On the photo, he wrote: "We chillingggg. I feel truly blessed! She is just perfect."
Dan and Jacqueline married last year at Delamere Manor in Cheshire surrounded by their close family and friends, following a two-year engagement.
Rumours of a split first circulated a month ago and Daniel moved out of the family home for a period of time.
However, he has since moved back in to help the Eastenders actress with their new addition and only time will tell if the couple can repair their relationship.
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RAMPAGE premiere last night with @jacjossa 🙌🏼 This movie was unreal!! Everyone has to go see this! @therock and the rest of the cast were unbelievable!! Man I need to be in a movie one day! 😄👌🏼 always good to have a goal & an inspiration, as most of you know, this man is one of em!👌🏼👊🏼
Still though, that hasn't stopped people from sharing their judgements on Dan's photo.
Yesterday, one user wrote: “Don’t mess this up and break their hearts again. See what you are holding deserves only the best. A dad that she can look up to.”
Dan wasn't about to take this lying down though. He responded to the criticism saying:
“I will always be the best dad they could ever wish for thanks. I’ll never break their hearts, will never let anyone break their hearts in fact.
Users than began sharing more support for the new dad, saying that others shouldn't comment on situations that they know nothing about.
"What I don’t get though is if you have bad words to say about Dan why bloody follow him get a back bone and unfollow him instead of posting comments on his lovely post about his new daughter. It’s so pathetic," wrote one person.
'They’re always gonna get negative comments, but that won’t destroy what they have, a beautiful family," said another.